GeneralSeptember 24, 2021
Construction sector must embrace digital innovation
In its latest report, the Construction Innovation Hub makes the case that the UK can only ‘build back better’ if the construction and built environment sectors continue to integrate digital innovation.
NewsSeptember 16, 2021
Taking the fast out of fashion this Sustainable Fashion Week
For most of the UK, impulse purchases, treat-yourself moments, and 80 per cent off sales have led to burgeoning wardrobes of the latest trends and those left in last season. Yet with the world’s first Sustainable Fashion Week, Shazia Saleem hopes to change this. 
NewsSeptember 15, 2021
UK to invest £650 billion in infrastructure  
The UK’s Infrastructure and Projects Authority has unveiled plans to invest £650 billion in infrastructure over the next decade, but there are reasons to temper expectations.
HorticultureSeptember 13, 2021
The UK’s growing waste infrastructure problem
According to a panel of experts recently assembled for the Resource Infrastructure Conference waste infrastructure must become “more of a focus” for policymakers.
NewsSeptember 8, 2021
John Flint appointed head of UKIB
Former HSBC chief executive John Flint was appointed the head of the newly formed UKIB last week in a move that is very safe, but not very ambitious
NewsSeptember 2, 2021
£8.6 billion allocated for affordable housing across England
Nearly 120,000 new homes are due to be built across England with £8.6 billion worth of funding being allocated this week. Around half of these new builds are expected to be available for affordable home ownership including 30,000 social rent builds.
NewsAugust 19, 2021
First ‘green’ port under development in Australia
Gascoyne Gateway, the first ‘green’ deep-water port is under development in Western Australia. Making an industry-leading commitment to environmental protection, it hopes this will set the benchmark for major infrastructure projects.
NewsAugust 19, 2021
Hydrogen hopes dashed by lack of clarity
The recently published government plan for a UK-wide hydrogen economy is admirably ambitious. However, the lack of clarity on certain key aspects is worrisome.
NewsAugust 10, 2021
£5 million climate fund to focus on infrastructure
The announcement of a research fund that will focus on making infrastructure resilient to the effects of climate change is a positive step. However, unless greater efforts are made to mitigate climate change, no amount of investment in resilience will be enough.

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